Red Spots on Skin

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Red Spots on Skin –

Need to Know?

Flat and dot-like, red spots on skin can be something you’ve lived with for as long as you could remember or a new skin problem that suddenly appears with no warning or explanation. Red spots are very common among people of all ages, and they are usually not a cause for concern. They can be large or small, round or oval, pale or bright.

Most have benign causes like cherry angiomas, a condition that involves clusters of small blood vessels that often pop up on the surface of the skin. While they may be harmless to your health, cherry angiomas and other types of benign red dots can be very noticeable, especially when they are bright red in color. If you want to tone down or remove your red spots for cosmetic reasons, there are many different solutions you can choose from depending on your preferences and budget.

Seek Medical Attention

Before you seek treatment for red spots, the first thing you should do is to make sure that you don’t have any serious underlying conditions that can cause skin discoloration. While the only way to be absolutely sure that your spots are benign is to get a complete check-up at a dermatologist’s office, there are a few warning signs you can look for before you get a chance to schedule your appointment.

Harmless red spots can vary in color intensity and shape, but they are usually flat and appear fairly round from afar. In many cases, you can see variations in shape up close, but most benign red spots do not have highly visible sharp edges. It’s important to watch any new skin discoloration closely to make sure that it doesn’t change in color or continue to grow.

If the spot begins to bleed or if it’s painful, see your dermatologist as soon as possible to get a clear diagnosis. Raised spots or spots that are unusual in color can also be a cause for concern. If you have any doubt that your skin discoloration is natural, scheduling a consultation with your doctor can put your mind at ease.


Can it be Treated

Red Spots on SkinNatural red spots on skin like cherry angiomas can be easily treated at home or at a dermatology clinic. If you have large red spots that really stand out, the easiest way to even out your skin tone quickly is to get them removed by a dermatologist.

Over-the-counter skin whitening solutions work best on smaller blemishes or red spots that are pale in color. Keep in mind that redness is often caused by inflammation. If you have sensitive skin that reacts quickly to practically anything you use or wear, your red spots might be a sign of irritation.

To calm your skin, try using all-natural soaps in the shower and wear fabrics that are made out of natural fibers. Moisturize with a calming lotion after you shower to rejuvenate your skin and restore healthy moisture levels.

Potentially Toxic

Skin brightening creams can help isolated red spots or clusters of red dots that appear in a visible area on your body. Just be careful about the type of formula you use because many whitening products contain potentially toxic ingredients.

Don’t worry about benign spots that appear on areas of your body that you don’t normally expose. Most people will experience some new skin discoloration as they age, so there is no need to even out harmless spots unless they affect your confidence.

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